QUOTE(MN-Mod-Man @ Dec 28 2005, 07:38 PM)
I had a similar problem and as it turns out I had my speaker size on my Receiver set to large instead of small (which they are) and like magic my 360 plays 5.1 perfectly, I've heard on other forums it's a LFE issue...hope this helps.
Tried that, even though it sounds a bit bizarre.. No large/small on my receiver unit via setup, but NML (normal) and Large. Didn't work anyway. I'm STILL on the phone with tech support. I think they're going to send me a new 360 but it's just taking a tremendous time of back and forth for the rep. Seems like these people lose their jobs when have to do RMAs... feel sorry for this guy... seems nice, but this monotonous troubleshooting is driving me bananas....
LFE is low frequency right? So that's only the sub. Not sure how that affects no 5.1 but who knows....
This guy said what I'm experiencing is an "emerging issue" ... but not entirely sure he's being honest there.
QUOTE(p$ilocybin @ Dec 28 2005, 07:42 PM)
what recever you guys have? i keep getting overloading problems. i better check my original xbox as well maybe its the console??
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